After joining the 44News Team in 2016, Tommy Mason host 44News This Morning.
The Indianapolis native and Vincennes University graduate began a 20 year Tri-State broadcasting career in 2001.
For nearly a decade Tommy has served as the public address announcer for the University of Evansville Aces Mens Basketball Team, as well as the Evansville Thunderbolts professional hockey team at the Ford Center.
In his spare time, Tommy enjoys visiting state parks and Tri-State attractions with his wife and daughter Hannah.
You can watch Tommy weekday mornings from 5:00am to 9:00am on both CBS44 and FOX44.
An Amendment Proposal to the Evansville budget by City Council President Alex Burton sparked controversy Monday night.
The City of Louisville will pay several million dollars to the family of Breonna Taylor in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit.
A last-minute grant could help Evansville residents keep their lights on as the Coronavirus Pandemic plays out.
Kentucky Wesleyan College has announced plans to waive all standardized test scores for the 2021 and 2022 school year.
President Donald Trump has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. The development comes just weeks after helping to broker peace between Isreal and the United Arab Emirates.
After funding cuts from the State of Indiana in July, forced ARC Industries to close, local businesses have since stepped up to offer new life to the organization.
First-time jobless claims fall for the second time in two weeks, to just under 900,000.
A collaboration between Deaconess Hospital and the Vanderburgh County Health Department aims to provide more flexibility and COVID-19 testing for residents through the first half of next year.
The University may pull the plug for on-campus learning this fall after more than 50 on-campus COVID-19 cases are reported.
AMC Theaters lighting up the silver screen once again.